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Monday  22nd June

Hopefully you've all read Mr Jenkins' message on the front page. Essentially it says that in September your child will return to school with the two of us, untill October half term , when they will then move to Year six.

We will create a 7 week curriculum for September that covers the most important aspects that have been missed during this strange period. Importantly , it means that transisition to Year six can be done properly and hopefully that will reduce a lot of the stress around this.

Thank you to all of you who have sent in your child's friendship requests for next year. Obviously with the new plan in place , we won't be creating the Year six class lists untill the Autumn but the information we have been given is very useful.

With the Year 6 'bubbles' in place , we are both on a rota to go in and teach one of those bubbles. We will try to keep you informed via Marvellous Me which of us is in and which of us is at home. The year 5 email will still be checked daily and the Home Learning will continue to be provided untill the end of term.

Hopefully your children are still well and smiling! We're both really pleased with Mr Jenkins' plan as it gives us another seven weeks with your children and we can end Year 5 properly!

Say hello from us!

Mr Norris and Mr Ebling

Please take a look at the main school page as there is a link to some vitally important information in regards to the #BlackLivesMatter movement. 

Home Learning Ideas - June 22nd


Class books

The links below will take you to the opening chapters of our class novels Letters from the Lighthouse and The boy at the back of the class.

Link to Letters from the lighthouse- 


Link to The boy at the back of the class- 


English- Disney song comprehension

The Jungle Book surely contains lots of songs to make you feel good!  The Bare Necesseties is one of my favourites. Have a listen (it's on Youtube) and answer the questions below.


History - Historical Sources

Follow up from last week's activity on following historical sources.

Maths: Area and Perimeter

Some more activities on Area and Perimeter this week.

24th June:  I've added some Perimeter word problems.

Women in Engineering

This week we would like you to join the RAF to celebrate Women in Engineering (live lesson on Tuesday). To go with that, watch a video clip of tea bags floating or make a paper aeroplane.

WW2 Propoganda

Have a look at the Powerpoint on propoganda posters from WW2. I have added some examples below as well.

Make your own and send us a photo

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